By the shore, Seafood and more…

“By the shore, seafood and more”, the on-going Food Festival  at Oakwood boasts of the dishes belonging to the coastal regions of Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka. While seafood is dominated by non-veg, vegetarians are equally spoiled for choices. Set menu costs around Rs. 950 and a-la-carte ranges between Rs. 150 – Rs. 350 The Solkadhi, the popular pink-coloured energising drink made of kokum, strong and fiery, prepares the diners for the spice-levels of the upcoming dishes. The starters (Paneer Kiliwada, Thalipeeth, Kaju Kothimber Wadi) were brilliantly executed and nominally priced at just Rs. 150. The earthy, robust flavours in Misal Pav, Bharli Vangi, Vegetable Xacutti, Kaju Chi Amti takes you to culinary revelation of the coastal cuisine curated by their in-house Chef Reagan Fernandes The usage of heavy spices in the #MalwaniCuisine can be reflected in their preparation and to cool off your stomach, sink yourself into the Olya Naralachi Karanji (Gujia) served with Ice-cream. The forgotten simple dessert is so unpretentious and homely that would fall itself into your favourite desserts category.

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